Career Management@UW: Course extended to 2020 and a new course launched
Career Management is the process of identifying and aligning skills, strengths, and goals with organizational needs and individual well-being. Managers support career management by coaching employees and jointly create a plan to achieve career-related goals. Effective managers listen and encourage team members through intentional career conversations. A new course for managers has been developed with this in mind.
Due to popular demand Learning and Talent Development will continue through 2020 this 3 ½ hour workshop – Overview: Managers Supporting Employee Career Development. The workshop is designed to provide you with a practical approach for understanding career management, employee career development, and career conversations.
This course will:
- Explain the stages of employee career development, self-explore/assess, goal-setting, strategy/plan, discover/engage, and brand/articulate
- Initiate career conversations with employees
- Provide workplace tools to use with your team
After successful completion of the Overview course, you can now dive deeper and register for this 3 ½ workshop – Creating Time and Space for Employee Career Development. Assess workplace possibilities and limitations to professional growth, begin to strategize employee career discovery and engagement and start the process of creating a solid plan for the development of your team.
To see available course times and register, click here and search by title.
Question can be directed to Christopher East, Organization Career Development Trainer in Learning and Talent Development at firstname.lastname@example.org